I solved this by doing following
- First I read the article at this link https://qliksupport.force.com/apex/QS_CaseWizardKnowledgeArticle?id=ka5D00000004MdoIAE
- I changed the access right on the folder “C:\Program Files\NPrintingServer” added "network service" with full control
- Then I tried to verify the RabbitMQ-service. I read about it in the article Troubleshooting ‒ QlikView NPrinting
- The RabbitMQ-service was not working so I run the following two commands that will remove and then install the RabbitMQ-service
- "C:\Program Files (x86)\RabbitMQ Server\rabbitmq_server-3.5.4\sbin\rabbitmq-service.bat remove"
- "C:\Program Files (x86)\RabbitMQ Server\rabbitmq_server-3.5.4\sbin\rabbitmq-service.bat install"
- Then I could verify the RabbitMQ-service with the command "C:\Program Files (x86)\RabbitMQ Server\rabbitmq_server-3.5.4\sbin\rabbitmqctl.bat list_permissions"
- After that I run the two installationprograms. First the server and then the engine
- Received the "Setup successful" message and could continue with the installation
Maybee this could solve your issue
I am having the same issue: the installation is rolling back after certain point (right after repository installed).
The account appears to have a proper membership (at least has everything mentioned in installation guide).
What else should be checked?
Appreciate any recommendations.
I had a similar issue for a client today, However I was forwarded on this document, which helped solved the install process for my client.
I have the same problems as you guys. The installation process keep rolling back every time. I don't have any fancy characters in the password and the user is an administrator.
I noticed that some how I have been able to install the service but of course it's impossible to remove (or start) it because the folders are gone due to the roll back.
I will create a support ticken and see if Qlik has a solution for this.
I had the same problem wih 17.1 and tried nearly everthing, but Qlik support helped me to solve the issue:
Qlik knowledge article 000019086: How to completely uninstall NPrinting 17